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Edelbrock Racing Delivers Three Class Victories
in Three Different Series Events

TORRANCE, CA - Edelbrock and its racing partners had a successful weekend June 5-7. Three different teams competing in three different series each won their respective classes.

At the NHRA race in Epping, NH, Ted Black Motorsports Top Dragster, powered by a Pat Musi 632cid featuring Edelbrock Big Victor 18°: heads, intake and nitrous qualified first in a thirty-two car field. Driver Scott Hall went five rounds with a best run of 6.772 E.T. @ 200 MPH and won the event. Scott's shared his excitement stating, "This was my first race with the Pat Musi/Edelbrock 632 on nitrous, I ran 4 runs in a row at 200 mph and backed it up by going 5 rounds and winning the race dialing between a 6.75 and 6.77. Winning from the #1 qualifying spot shows how reliable and consistent Edelbrock systems are in the fast world of top dragster racing."

Out west in the West Coast Hot Rod Association Summer Nationals at AAA Famoso Raceway in Bakersfield, CA, Tim Henry campaigned his Edelbrock/Musi nitrous powered Pro-Street to the finals where he not only won the event, but also set a new West Coast Hot Rod Association Pro-Street record with a 6.332 E.T. @ 221.13 MPH.

At the Edelbrock NMCA series at Maple Grove Raceway, Joe Dunne stunned the usual suspects including Vinny Budano (semis) and Troy Coughlin (finals) on his way to a Scorpion Performance Pro-Street class win in his first time out in his new Pat Musi Performance/Jerry Bickle Race Cars Camaro. It certainly helped having a prototype Edelbrock XT-R fuel injection system and engine builder Pat Musi and chassis specialist Joe Lapone, Jr. on-hand to tune the car. "This is a great car, an awesome EFI system that Edelbrock and EFI Technology have put together, and Joe had the driving skills to pull the hole shot win over some of the best drivers out there. This was a total effort that came together today", stated Pat Musi. Joe won the event with a 6.412 E.T. @ 217 MPH.

Edelbrock congratulates all of the teams for their efforts and success.

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